Name: Ngoen Pak Phee (ghost mouth coin) **amulet comes with waterproof casing from master
From: AJ MaCia, Roi Et Province
Year: B.E. 2562 (C.E. 2019)
Size: about 2 cm diameter
Description: Ngoen Pak Phee (ghost mouth coin) is a coin put in mouth of dead person as money for him using after death according to old Thai belief. In the past, we used cowrie shell as money and later changed to baht coin. And will be picked up and kept as talisman by family after burning the corpse.
People believe keeping this coin will bring good luck, money and protect from danger.
Because it is item from dead person, the taker has to do a proper ceremony as asking permission from the dead person and also respect for them.
Everybody can feel safe from spirit disturbance because Arjarn MaCia already did a ceremony for permission to use the coin for helping people and make merit for coin owner to have a happy life after death.
About Guru Master:
Lersi MaCia from Roi Et who collected ancient Khmer magic for many years and has embedded himself as a hermit in the cemeteries around Thailand, now his amulets are very popular in China, Malaysia and Singapore with superb powers especially charm and windfall.
Today, he becomes a master called 'ArjarnMaCia' providing spiritual help for people who are interested.
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